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Re: Which hook to check-in an automatically built ChangeLog?

From: Patrick Ben Koetter <p_at_state-of-mind.de>
Date: 2004-12-20 23:50:18 CET

* Kevin Williams <kevin@bantamtech.com>:
> >So I would end up with two commits per regular commit. That sounds fishy
> >to me and would break a lot of revision number logic and would require
> >some workaround in order not to have the ChangeLog commit appear in the
> >ChangeLog.
> Just a thought. If you need a change log with every single change that
> has occurred in the repository (or sub-repository directory), doesn't
> the "svn log" command give this already? What if you generate the
> ChangeLog file on the fly in your build process from the "svn log"
> command output?

Thanks Kevin! Eric Hanchrow also noted this in an OFFLIST reply to me. I
think both of you are right.

I was so absorbed by the idea of finding an automatism that I didn't
really think the whole thing of doing it automatically in the first.

Yes, I will build it during the build process.

Thanks all!


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